1940s Black Birdseye Double Breasted Wool Suit

Size: Chest 52"

SKU: PP6512

  • 1940s Black Birdseye Double Breasted Wool Suit

    Nineties deadstock suit replicating that 1940s demob style in a dark grey and black birdseye pattern.

    The 1940s look double-breasted jacket has broad peak lapels with double back vents.

    Six button cut in front and four buttons at each wrist.  

    The matching trousers have twin pleats at the front and turn-up cuffs. Two slanted side pockets and a bound pocket with a button at the back.

    Excellent condition as the suit has never been worn.  Tailored by Nicholas Rowe for Piero di Roma.

    100% pure wool.  Fully lined in a royal blue viscose.

    Chest: 52 inch / 132 cm
    Jacket Length: 33.5 inch / 84.5 cm
    Shoulders: 22 inch / 56 cm
    Sleeve: 27.5 inch / 70 cm
    Waist: 46 inch / 117 cm
    Inside Leg: 34 inch / 86 cm

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